- Jesy Nelson (24)
- Lucy Hale (26)
- Kevin McHale (27)
- Siobhán Donaghy (31)
- J.R. Martinez (32)
- Diablo Cody (37)
- Alan Carr (39)
- Steffi Graf (46)
- Yasmine Bleeth (47)
- Campbell Brown (47)
- Regan Burns (47)
- Faizon Love (47)
- Traylor Howard (49)
- Boy George (54)
- Will Patton (61)
- Donald Trump (69) (Featured Above)
- Marla Gibbs (84)
- Marlin Perkins (Born: March 28, 1905 /Died: June 14, 1986)
- Henry Mancini (Born: April 16, 1924 / Died: June 14, 1994)
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- 1974 – The Parallax View
- 1974 – Newman’s Law
- 1985 – Secret Admirer
- 1991 – Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
- 1996 – The Cable Guy
- 1961 – Patsy Cline was seriously injured in a car accident. During her two month hospital stay, her song “I Fall to Pieces” gave the singer her first Country No.1 and also became a huge country-pop crossover hit.
- 1964 – Touring Australia The Beatles arrived in Melbourne and were greeted at the airport by over 5,000 fans. Another 20,000 fans lined the route from the airport to the hotel, army and navy units were brought in to help control the crowds, cars were crushed, hundreds of girls fainted and over 50 people were admitted to hospital with broken bones.1964, The Manish Boys, (featuring David Bowie) auditioned for the UK television talent show Opportunity Knocks.
- 1965 – Paul McCartney recorded the song “Yesterday.”
- 1965 – Sonny & Cher released the single “I Got You Babe”.
- 1967 – The Doors appeared at Steve Paul’s Scene, New York City, Jimi Hendrix was in the audience to see the show.
- 1969 – Mick Taylor was introduced as the new guitarist for The Rolling Stones.
- 1969 – Marvin Gaye spent a second week at the top of the R&B chart with “Too Busy Thinking About My Baby”.
- 1969 – The Soundtrack to “Hair” was #1 on the Album chart for the eighth week.
- 1970 – The Grateful Dead released their “Workingman’s Dead” LP.
- 1970 – Derek and the Dominoes played their first gig when they appeared at London’s Lyceum.
- 1974 – Ray Stevens was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘The Streak’ a song about the latest British craze of streaking, (running naked in a public place).
- 1975 – America went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Sister Golden Hair’, the group’s second US No.1.
- 1975 – Elton John’s album Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy, which debuted at #1, continued as the top album in the land.
- 1977 – Led Zeppelin played the last of six sold out nights at Madison Square Garden, in New York City during their 11th and final North American tour.
- 1979 – A “No Nukes” concert took place at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA. The acts included Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Stephen Stills and more.
- 1980 – Billy Joel started a six-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Glass Houses’, his second US No.1 album.
- 1980 – Peter Gabriel scored his first UK No.1 album with his third solo release ‘Peter Gabriel’.
- 1982 – The Pretenders fired Pete Farndon.
- 1986 – Patti Labelle and Michael McDonald started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘On My Own’.
- 1986 – Queen scored their 5th UK No.1 album with ‘A Kind Of Magic’, featuring the single ‘One Vision’.
- 1986 – “Nasty” by Janet Jackson reached #1 on the R&B chart.
- 1987 – Madonna played the first date on her Who’s That Girl World Tour at the Osaka Stadium, Osaka, Japan. The tour became the highest-grossing tour ever, grossing over $20 million.
- 1995 – ABC’s Diane Sawyer interviewed Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley on ABC-TV’s Prime Time Live.
- 1997 – Puff Daddy and Faith Evans started a 11 week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘I’ll Be Missing You’, a tribute to the late Notorious B.I.G. Also a No.1 in the UK.
- 1997 – Spice by the Spice Girls was #1 on the Album chart for the fourth straight week
- 1922 – Warren G. Harding became the first U.S. president to be heard on radio. The event was the dedication of the Francis Scott Key memorial at Fort McHenry.
- 1923 – Charles Francis Jenkins cited this date as the day he transmitted the earliest moving silhouette images.
- 1939 – Ethel Waters became the first African-American to perform on television.
- 1958 – BBC-TV aired “The Black and White Minstrel Show” for the first time.
- 1995 – Michael and Lisa Marie Presley-Jackson were interviewed on “Prime Time Live” by Diane Sawyer.
- 1997 – The final episode of “Lois and Clark” aired.
- 2000 – “The Simpsons” received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
“OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS…”
- 1943 – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that schoolchildren could not be made to salute the U.S. flag if doing so conflicted with their religious beliefs.
- 1951 – “Univac I” was unveiled. It was a computer designed for the U.S. Census Bureau and billed as the world’s first commercial computer.
- 1954 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed an order adding the words “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance.
- 1967 – Mariner 5 was launched from Cape Kennedy, FL. The space probe’s flight took it past Venus.
- 1971 – In London, the first Hard Rock Cafe opened.
- 1984 – A model of Boy George from Culture Club was unveiled at Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks in London, England on his 23rd birthday.
- 1986 – Bob Geldof was named in HRH The Queen’s Birthday Honours List, receiving an honorary Knighthood in recognition of his humanitarian activities.
- 1987 – The Los Angeles Lakers won the NBA title by defeating the defending Boston Celtics.
- 1988 – The Fat Boys filed a $5 million law suit against Miller Beer and Joe Piscopo for using their likeness in a Miller Lite “Rappin “Fats” Piscopo commercial.
- 1989 – Former U.S. President Reagan received an honorary knighthood from Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
- 1994 – The New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup by defeating the Vancouver Canucks. It was the first time the Rangers had won the cup in 54 years.